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MIDGET OMHA - INTERNATIONAL SILVERSTICK FINALS CHAMPIONS
Submitted By James Beard on Monday, January 13, 2020
The Midget OMHA Thunder definitely did not take the easy route to the Championship game.  After losing a heart breaker in a shootout the first game, then a close loss in game two on Friday, the team rallied and won their next two to sneak into the play-off round. On Sunday, they beat South Bruce by a score of 3-1 to put them into the finals.  In the final game against Lehigh Valley from Pennsylvania, the boys left little doubt that they were the better team as they outworked their opponent in every period and skated away with a 6-2 victory to be crowned the Midget C International Silver Stick Champions!  The following Thunder players were selected as All Stars of the tourney: Top Goaltender: Noah Lindquist, Top Defence: Cade Jermyn and Top Forward: Jackson Allen  CONGRATS to the Players, Coaches and Parents!



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